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The remnants of Hurricane Isaac may have rained out most Labor Day weekend barbecues in St. Louis, but Dan Deacon's show at the Firebird turned his brand of orchestral and electro noise into a steamy, collaborative party.

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Cat Power
"Sun"
Matador

Chan Marshall has a reputation for being an unpredictable performer, and paying to see a Cat Power show is a little bit like hedging your bets in favor of Guns N' Roses or Van Halen.

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Of all the days the weather vane could have picked to end Missouri's historic drought, August 25, the first day of LouFest, was not the one I would have chosen.

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In a crowded indie landscape full of electronic pop, it's unlikely that most bands will ever cut through the noise, and even less likely that they'll be exceptionally good. Young Phantogram has already defied both odds.

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Catherine Harris-White and Stasia Irons are soaring with THEESatisfaction. Well known among fans of the Seattle hip-hop scene, the duo has taken off with a European tour and buzz both abroad and at home following the release of their debut album, "awE naturalE."

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Matisyahu
"Spark Seeker"
Fallen Sparks Records

Reggae artist Matisyahu has made a name for himself through speaking on a platform of positivity and personal change. His uplifting message shines through on "Spark Seeker."

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Porter Robinson continues to make splashes in the electronic dance scene, graduating from supporting labelmate Skrillex last year to headling as his Language Tour hit the Pageant.

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Tycho was a band of no words last night at Plush, besides the occasional "Thank you, St. Louis" between songs.

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Tuesday, 03 July 2012 13:16

Tycho 7/3/12

You could say that the many historical instances of the name Tycho point to the musical artist of the same name.

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Gypsy punk. Electronica. Hip hop. World Music. Not since listening to a random Manu Dibango CD -- left behind by an old roommate when he moved -- have I ventured into the esoteric and somewhat intimidating genre of world music.

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